At FC Bayern Munich there are new developments on the goalkeeper construction site: Apparently Inter Milan is ready to pay the exit clause for Yann Sommer – while VfB Stuttgart is planning an improved offer for Alexander Nübel and two new names are being traded.
Again table football reported that Inter wants to pay the fixed transfer fee of eight million euros for Sommer. The Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano had previously reported that the 34-year-old Swiss and the club agreed. Inter’s previous goalkeeper André Onana is about to move to Manchester United.
Stuttgart gets loud sports1 meanwhile promptly submit an improved offer for Nübel. So far, VfB has reportedly offered a rental fee of 500,000 Munich. “Yes, we are in talks,” confirmed VfB sports director Fabian Wohlgemuth on Sunday’s interest in Nübel.
Apparently, FC Bayern is aiming for a firm sale for around ten million euros. “If he finds a club, he can go,” said Uli Hoeneß on Saturday. Aside from Stuttgart, Leeds United are also vying for the 26-year-old German, who last spent two years on loan at AS Monaco. Nübel’s contract runs until 2025.
FC Bayern: Two new candidates traded
Sommer and Nübel have little prospect of playing time at Bayern because captain Manuel Neuer is scheduled to be the regular keeper again after breaking his lower leg. On Monday, the 37-year-old completed a training session at Tegernsee.
Should Sommer and Nübel leave the club as expected, FC Bayern will seek to sign a new keeper. Apart from the already traded Georgian Giorgi Mamardashvili from FC Valencia, FC Bayern is busy sky also with two other candidates: Thomas Strakosha from FC Brentford (28) and Dominik Kotarski (23) from PAOK Saloniki.
Coach Thomas Tuchel said on Saturday: “I don’t think it makes sense to do anything in the goalkeeper position because the situation is too unclear.”
FC Bayern Munich: The most important dates in the preparation of FCB
July 15 – 20, 2023
Training camp at Tegernsee
July 18, 2023
Test match against FC Rottach-Egern
July 23, 2023
Team presentation in the Allianz Arena
July 24 – August 3, 2023
“Audi Summer Tour” in Japan and Singapore
July 26, 2023
Friendly match against Manchester City in Tokyo, Japan
July 29, 2023
Test match against Kawasaki Frontale in Tokyo, Japan